The bachelor pad grows up

Spicing up a neutral color scheme

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Rochester neighborhood map by Mike Governale (, armchair from Abode, plants from Home Depot, lamps from Target


Artwork is the best place to start. Each color added to the room is a nod to Dan’s pre-existing prints. (Plants are also a safe way to add color.) And because we wanted to maintain the integrity of a neutral palette, light-colored accessories with interesting texture and patterns were also added to the mix.

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